2011-01-30T17:09:52-05:00 2011-01-30T17:09:52-05:00

London in Tow - Sunday Bliss

Sunday time again. At least 60% of the youth population is probably hungover, regardless of country of origin. With that in mind lets listen to some tunes which will hopefully chase those sunday blues away and bring a slight but distinct grin to your face.

Submotion Orchestra occupy the space somewhere between dubstep and the cinematic orchestra. Truly a pleasure to listen to in every sense. Track is "All Night" of their EP available right now. Check the interview they did over at Newestra!!

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All Night by Submotion Orchestra

Baitface, young producer from Kent is making some keepers right now. Sampling the classic "Tomorrow" in this one, the ambience balances out bpm and a pinch or soulful vocals mean kick back and chill.

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Tomorrow by Baitface

The Legend and most rare of sights. The double rainbow gets a re-work into some ambient noise.
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Monkeybars - Double Rainbow (Chillout Dubstep Remix) by Voyager Golden Records

Categories:
Ambient · Dubstep

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Khonsu
Khonsu
10 years ago

Wow, that Double Rainbow track has some ridiculous deep sub-bass notes, just overall dark and creeping and evil (in the best way possible). Chill but menacing, like a club owner with a row of bottles in front of him and an off-the-leash tiger he's absentmindedly petting while he chats up a fairly terrified young model type.